Antigua and Barbuda’s Prime Minister, Gaston Browne, dismisses concerns of potential UK visa requirements for the country, stating that the UK’s Electronic Travel Authorisation (ETA) is not a visa but a pre-screening process.
Contradicting the British High Commission’s press release, he maintains that the ETA is already required for many countries, including Antigua and Barbuda.
The Cabinet discusses the matter amid fears of potential visa restrictions by the European Commission, but no firm commitments have been received yet.
Antigua and Barbuda’s citizenship by investment programme’s marketing strategy highlighting visa-free access to many countries, including the UK, remains unaffected.(OBSERVER)
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